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Jerry Voorhis • 13 Items / 5 Books, 7 Articles, 1 Review
The Strange Case of Richard Milhous Nixon (1972)
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    Political Book Notes (6 Reviews)
    The Eloquence of Protest, by Harrison Evans Salisbury
    1. The Eloquence of Protest by Harrison Evans Salisbury
    2. From the Diary of a Counter-Revolutionary by Pavel Kohout
    3. Ling by Stanley H. Brown
    4. The Making of Black Revolutionaries by James Forman#2
    5. P.O.W. by George E. Smith
    6. The Strange Case of Richard Milhous Nixon by Jerry Voorhis and Paul S. Eriksson
    The Washington Monthly, August 1972, pp. 62-66
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    Recent Books on International Relations (17 Reviews)
    United States
    1. The Diffusion of Power: 1957-1972 by W.W. Rostow
    2. The Best and the Brightest by David Halberstam
    3. Kissinger: The Uses of Power by David Landau
    4. The Crippled Giant by J. William Fulbright
    5. The Big Foundations by Waldemar A. Nielsen
    6. OSS by Richard Harris Smith
    7. The Pentagon Papers by Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn
    8. Classified Files: The Yellowing Pages by Carol M. Barker and Matthew H. Fox
    9. Eleanor: The Years Alone by Joseph P. Lash
    10. The Papers of Adlai E. Stevenson, Vol. I by Walter Johnson and Adlai E. Stevenson
    11. The Third Year of the Nixon Watch by John Osborne
    12. The Strange Case of Richard Milhous Nixon by Jerry Voorhis and Paul S. Eriksson
    13. Some Presidents: Wilson to Nixon by William Appleman Williams
    14. Seeds of Repression by Athan Theoharis
    15. Crises of the Republic by Hannah Arendt
    16. American-East Asian Relations by Ernest R. May and James C. Thomson, Jr.
    17. American Foreign Policy Toward Communist China, 1949-1969 by Foster Rhea Dulles
    Foreign Affairs, January 1973, pp. 426-427